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Carter Oosterhouse

Male
Born Sep 19, 1976
Age 39
Hometown Traverse City, Mi...

Carter Oosterhouse is an American television personality and model, who was born in Traverse City, Michigan. Oosterhouse first gained national fame as a carpenter on the TLC series Trading Spaces and has hosted other home improvement and how-to television shows. As of 2008, he is the host of two programs on the HGTV network: Carter Can and Red Hot & Green. He is married to actress Amy Smart.… Read More

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  • Rebuilding Together, Lowe's And Carter's Kids Repair Homes And Revitalize Houston Community
    Yahoo News - Nov 04, 2013
  • Jessica Alba And Ian Somerhalder Get Honored At Em As With Star Support
    PopSugar - Sep 30, 2012
  • Leslie Ezelle: Hgtv Design Star All Stars First Winner!
    Beleb Dirty Laundry - Aug 24, 2012
  • Hgtv's Carter Oosterhouse Links Building And Sustainability
    mlive.com - May 01, 2012

Timeline

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CHILDHOOD

1976 Birth Born on September 19, 1976.

TWENTIES

2003 26 Years Old In 2003, Oosterhouse joined TLC's series Trading Spaces in its fourth season. … Read More
2004 27 Years Old In 2004, Oosterhouse did an episode of CBS Sunday Morning in New York in which he remodeled correspondent Bill Geist's office with the help of commentator Andy Rooney.
2005 28 Years Old In 2005, Oosterhouse was a contributor to NBC's show Three Wishes, a primetime unscripted series with Amy Grant, in which Oosterhouse visited small towns across America to help wishes come true. … Read More

THIRTIES

2007 30 Years Old In Fall 2007, Oosterhouse began two new shows, Carter Can, a home improvement show premiering on October 4 on HGTV, and The Inside Job, a behind-the-scenes view of Carter Can, which will offer homeowners take away information, on the DIY Network.
2008 31 Years Old 1 More Event
…  As of 2008, he is the host of two programs on the HGTV network: Carter Can and Red Hot & Green. … Read More
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